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Getting to Good Human Trafficking Data: A Workbook and Field Guide for Indonesian Civil Society

Human trafficking is a gross human rights violation that requires multifaceted and systemic interventions to combat. People of all ages are exploited into forced labour and commercial sex in each of the 34 provinces of Indonesia, which is a major source country and, to a lesser degree, a transit and destination country for human trafficking. Indonesian migrant workers can be vulnerable, and we observe many cases of human trafficking in domestic work, factories, construction, manufacturing, on palm oil plantations, and on fishing vessels.

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